Pro-choicers harass 40 Days for Life participants

Shortly after the local news in Santa Cruz covered the city’s 40 Days for Life campaign, pro-choicers came out in force to harass the demonstrators:

“For the next week, several [pro-choice] protesters showed up in the afternoons wearing ghoul costumes and shouting at prayer volunteers. Throughout the vigil, volunteers were spat upon and had water bottles thrown at them and signs ripped out of their hands.”

Shawn Carney The Beginning of the End of Abortion: 40 Inspiring Stories of God Changing Hearts and Saving Lives (Cappella Books, 2018) Kindle Edition

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No one boasts of being an abortionist

From an article in The Independent about a shortage of abortion providers in England:

“Distaste at performing terminations combined with ethical and religious convictions has led to a big increase in “conscientious objectors” who request exemption from the task, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG) says. A key factor is what specialists call “the dinner party test.” Gynecologists who specialize in fertility treatment creating babies for childless couples are almost universally revered – but no one boasts of being an abortionist. As a result, after decades of campaigning, antiabortion organizations may be on the point of achieving their objective by default. Repeated efforts to tighten the law have failed and public opinion remains firmly in support, but the growing number of doctors refusing to do the work means there may soon not be enough prepared to carry out terminations to meet demand.”

Jeremy Laurance, Health Editor “Abortion Crisis as Doctors Refuse to Perform Surgery” The Independent April 16, 2007

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Native American abortion worker talks about killing baby

Samara Azam—Yu, director of Access Women’s Health Justice in Oakland, California, an organization that raises funds for women who can’t afford to have abortions:

“There’s a Native American nurse at an abortion clinic in San Francisco who put it this way. She said, “If you have twins and it’s a bad year, you have to put one in the badger hole.”

Michelle Oberman Her Body, Our Laws: On the Front Lines of the Abortion War from El Salvador to Oklahoma (Boston, Massachusetts: Beacon Press, 2018) 108

She compares abortion to abandoning an infant to be eaten by a wild animal.

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Irish journalist: mocking pro-lifers is a “bloodsport” among journalists

Jason Walsh, Irish reporter, says:

“Mocking antiabortion campaigners is a bloodsport among journalists…”

James Walsh Ireland’s Modern Proposal (Not Safe for Work Corporation, 2013) Kindle edition

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Abortionist Brags: “we never lost a life” in his clinic

Rabbi Daniel Levy tells the following anecdote:

“A gynecologist told me that he was once called to assist at a center for the termination of pregnancies in the North of England. The woman had just had a termination and was bleeding to death. The gynecologist turned up with his colleagues in the ambulance and as they led the lady away on the stretcher the director of the organization said reassuringly to the doctors:

“You know, over the last 30 years we have performed 120,000 abortions in this clinic and never once lost a life.”

Rabbi Daniel Levy The Fox, the Foetus and the Fatal Injection (Layerthorpe, Great Britain, 2007) 5

What about the lives of the preborn children?


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Pro-choicer: put aside money in case you need an abortion

Pro-abortion activist Katha Pollitt says:

“Build a reserve fund in case you need to end a pregnancy. Even if you can only put aside five dollars a week, in two years you’d have enough for a first trimester abortion, even if your partner didn’t share the costs, which of course he should. (In fact, he should pay the whole thing, since you’re the one going through that not fun day.) If you got pregnant before then, you would at least have a head start on raising when you needed.”

Katha Pollitt “Beyond the Pussy Hats” Samhita Mukhopadhyay and Kate Harding Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in Trump’s America (New York: Picador, 2017) 74

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Pro-Choicer: when life begins depends on your feelings

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry said on her show:

“When does life begin? I submit the answer depends an awful lot on the feeling of the parents. A powerful feeling – but not science.”

Cassy Fiano “Abortion-backer Melissa Harris-Perry: Life begins whenever you feel like it doesLive Action News July 24, 2013

See quotes from medical textbooks saying that life begins at conception.

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Ethicist says preborn baby is equivalent to rapist

Joseph Fletcher, ethicist, justifying abortion in cases of rape:

“The embryo is no more innocent, no less an aggressor or unwelcome invader [than the rapist]!”

Joseph Fletcher Situation Ethics (Philadelphia: the Westminster Press, 1966) 39

9-10 weeks

9-10 weeks

Is this baby as guilty as a rapist?

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Post-abortion woman laments she destroyed her only chance of being a mother

A woman who had an abortion wrote:

“I was only 18 at the time and at that time I had no idea that would be my only opportunity to have a child. I did have a few minor gynecological problems and I am not sure if they are directly related to my abortion. A few months ago, at 43, I had a hysterectomy and that is what made me realize that I would never have a child of my own and ruined and destroyed any chance of ever becoming a mother. If only I had known. . . .”



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Minister is happy to support Planned Parenthood

Valerie Miller Coleman, minister of Community Engagement, Plymouth United Church of Christ:

“Our faith demands a compassionate response to the hardships our most vulnerable neighbors face… We’ve had record giving every time we tell our congregation their gifts will support Planned Parenthood… Women’s health is a crucial piece in a strong, healthy society, and we have a broad understanding of that. As people of faith, we believe that abundant life is a gift from God which belongs to all people. Ensuring that all women have full access to excellent health care is essential to that vision of abundance. We are proud to support the mission and work of Planned Parenthood of the Heartland.”

A Matter of FaithThe Source Planned Parenthood Fall 2013

6 weeks after conception

6 weeks after conception

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